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Appendix IGeneral Differences Between British and American English
Nounverb agreement collectives
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A-levels abbreviation accent adjective Ameri American English American equivalent American sense American slang American term Appendix II.A applied approx ball bath batsman bowler Britain Briticisms British English British slang British term Briton C.P. Snow called chips cockney rhyming slang common conker connotation context countries cream cricket term derived describe dessert double double whole note England English euphemism expression football soccer French French fried potatoes give someone heard horse knock lady London noun old-fashioned one's originally Oxbridge Oxford party pejorative penny person phrase pint play Pronounced public school railroad refers rhyming road shillings short shortened sometimes spelled stand stick Street Synonymous telephone Test Match thing ticket town turn usage usually v.t. Slang verb word